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I can now understand why Steve Spielberg had his aliens land here. This site shoots up out of the ground from out of nowhere, and as you hike around it, you really do feel like you are walking on hallowed ground. If you didn't that...More
Even at the winter this place is awesome! We made the trail around the Devils tower, and was so great! It’s amazing to imagine how was emerged in the middle of nowhere and to see the engineering of nature in a perfect harmony . We...More
RUSTIC BLEND INTO THE SCENERY. That's what I liked. A few cabins at the base of the Tower with lots of history on the Tower and stories to read. Friendly Ranger staff. I went off season so not crazy with tourists...how it should be, at...More
This is a good info stop before doing the hike and see the large model of the Tower . Its manned by a NPS Ranger who had all the right answers. I preferred looking at the real thing outside instead. It had that classic Yogi...More
Center is small, but I did not have any trouble contacting a Ranger to obtain information about the two trails around the tower. She was very helpful in providing information about making the more challenging outer trail a little less challenging by taking it counter-clockwise.
It was a last minute decision to come here. Unfortunately, the closer we got, the worse the weather. We drove through snow and when we finally arrived at the mountain it was totally encased in fog and raining heavily. We got a few glimpses as...More
President Teddy Roosevelt proclaimed Devil's Tower the first national monument under the new Antiquities Act. His action also made Wyoming the home our first national park--Yellowstone in 1872. Roosevelt also acted to protect the Tower from commercial exploitation. The tower stands 1,267 feet above the...More